‘Flowers that bloom at night’ Lee Jong-won suspects Lee Ha-nui of helping a group of pirates. “It doesn’t look dangerous at all.” [TV capture]

Flowers that bloom at night / Photo = MBC
Flowers that bloom at night / Photo = MBC

[Sports Today Reporter Seo Ji-hyun] ‘Flowers that bloom at night’ Lee Jong-won suspected Lee Ha-nui’s identity.

MBC’s Friday-Saturday drama ‘Flowers that Bloom at Night’ aired on the night of the 19th. In episode 3, Park Soo-ho (Lee Jong-won) was shown doubting the identity of Jo Yeo-hwa (Lee Honey).

On this day, Park Yun-hak (Lee Ki-woo) and Park Su-ho helped Jo Yeo-hwa and Yeon-seon (Park Se-hyun), who appeared to have been attacked by a group of pirates.

However, Park Soo-ho said, “It didn’t look dangerous at all.” “In fact, it didn’t look like he was trying to help the hordes of pirates,” he said, tilting his head.

When Park Yoon-hak asked, “Are you saying they are in the same group as the Korean pirates?” Park Soo-ho responded, “I don’t think that’s the case. I am Jwasangdaek’s eldest daughter-in-law. “I saw you once by chance a while ago,” he replied.

Park Yoon-hak said, “I am the eldest daughter-in-law of my ancestor’s family, of whom there are a lot of rumors.” I don’t know much about her, but she came from a long-established family. She had early parents and an older brother. She said that she had married alone without a brother, and to make matters worse, on the morning of her marriage, her father-in-law died and she became a widow without even seeing his face. Given her story, her life must not have been smooth. But what does it matter? If her daughter-in-law is given the title of virtuous woman, she will become the best family in the country. He mentioned the life of Jo Yeo-hwa, who said, “Both the dead and those who remain are of use to the family.”

[Sports Today Reporter Seo Ji-hyun ent@stoo.com]

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